The sudden change in temperature increases the risk of heat-related illness, according to the National Weather Service. It also warned of hypothermia, as people venture into rivers and lakes that remain very cold.
In a new project launching this weekend, the Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Food and Markets and the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department are collaborating to find lone star ticks on wild turkeys.
The late-season Nor’easter broke a record for precipitation on this day at Burlington International Airport that had dated back more than 50 years.
“You'd never even see her without a smile on her face,” said Michele Wildflower, of Westmore, who first met Feather more than a decade ago. “You couldn't be with her and not feel good.”
Despite national controversies, transgender youth athletes in Vermont have found a home competing on the playing field.
While the Green Mountain State is often associated with outdoor recreation, barriers remain for people with disabilities.
“It felt inauthentic to jump into the next unit and to continue with our curriculum, because of what’s going on in the world,” one Colchester teacher said.
International research, hampered by Covid-19, faces an uncertain future.
Frustrated with the bargaining process, staff union members on Thursday called for pay equity during a protest at the university’s administrative building.
Vermont Fish & Wildlife officials said they typically recommend that Vermonters take down bird feeders by April 1, but that this year’s predicted warmer weather through March “will stimulate more bears to emerge from their dens.”
Amid budget cuts and academia’s uncertainty, professors reflect on how to teach the language and history of Russia.
At least 15 high schools participated in Friday’s walkout organized in response to measures in Florida and Texas that they said will harm LGBTQ students.
Vermont Fish and Wildlife officials hope to sustain a healthier moose population within the northeast corner of the state by approving 100 hunting permits.
Without the United States offering asylum, Dartmouth professors have begun organizing another way to bring students to the United States.